Aphra "approached Anys with a mixture of fear and awe, and perhaps some envy." p39 She "knows more than we do" Aphra's sees her as having "too much pride...for an orphan" and is jealous of her sexual attractiveness. SO, The point I would get from this section is that Anna is impressed by Anys. Specifically, she is impressed by her willingness to help others. She realises that the knowledge she has is something to be grateful for (although at his stage she is not willing to pursue it) and she accepts that there is something positive about Anys.
Henrietta truly took to heart the idea Elie portrays in realizing one's self worth and not to treat oneself or others as an abstraction. She truly embodied this value by stepping out and caring for others, along with herself. Henrietta’s cousin and dear friend Sadie confided with Rebecca “Hennie made life come alive--- bein with her was like bein with fun. Hennie just loves peoples. She was a person that could really make the good things come out of you” (Skloot, 43).
Antonia was a young girl of Bohemian ethnicity. She did not have quite the same raising as Jim did. Her family life was not a good one. She was quite the optimist because no matter how many problems in life she had, she always had a good attitude about it. She was a really good person.
She was not afraid to flaunt herself at men and the media. Marilyn was a very outgoing, fun person. She was loved by everyone. By using the dumb blonde stereotype, it proved very successful for Marilyn’s career and her love life. She was actually a very intelligent woman but chose to play dumb.
Sam’s a very nice girl and she hopes for the best in her life and to do good, I’m glad I met her because I would of never really knew what type of person she is, she’s great no wonder she has so many friends that love her to death and enjoy being around her, what can I say from the creepiest things that happen to her at night to her annoying brother brothering her all the time she’s a wonderful
Discussion Questions 1. Minny was the person that I could really identify myself with. She was just one of those persons that speak their minds out. Minny was a very gutsy person that always liked to put people in their place when needed to but she also had a great sense of humor. Yes, she may of lost many jobs due to her sharp tongue, but she never stayed kept her thoughts to herself.
Julia Prest ELMIRE AND THE EROTICS OE THE MENAGE A TROIS IN MOLIÈRE'S TARTUFFE A t first sight, the character of Elmire in Molière's Tartuffe appears to have much to commend her, and modern critics and theatergoers generally warm to her: she is attractive, stylish, independent, smart, resourceful, in many ways a modern woman.' Even older, more patriarchally inclined critics have generally been slow to condemn her,^ yet I would like to argue that rather than being a female exemplar who helps resolve the Tartuffe situation as is often stated, her function within the play is in many ways a disruptive one; she is a catalyst to the disintegration of the Orgon household and in practice contributes little toward the resolution of a plot that teeters on the brink of a
The character of Gail is quite a flirty, imaginative, intelligent student but hides behind her typical ‘girly girl’ and misbehaving image she portrays herself to be. The idea behind Gail’s role, is that no matter what social status you are you can be successful if the education is good, Gail’s a prime example of this as no matter what social status you are you can be succussful if the education is good, gails a prime example of this as no matter what social status you are you can be succussful if the education is good, gails a prime example of this as her character demonstrates to the audience that with the influence of the character of Mr Nixon she could produce a very successful play, if she sets her mind to it and because Mr Nixon was a very fun and enthusiastic teacher and educated his students well. To give me the best knowledge of Gail’s characteristics, I did a lot of research, inside and out of school mainly on